On Sunday morning, terrorists fired shots at an Israeli bus in the Jordan Valley, injuring at least seven victims.
By United with Israel Staff
Amid a rash of terror attacks in the Jewish state, assailants fired on an Israeli bus traveling on a major thoroughfare in the Jordan valley.
The shooting occurred on Sunday morning.
According to the the Israel Defense Forces, the shooting took place near the town of Hamra.
The IDF was investigating the shooting at press time.
The Magen David Adom emergency response service dispatched medics to the scene to treat the victims. The victims were injured by gunfire and listed in moderate condition as of early afternoon.
An additional two people sustained light injuries from glass shrapnel.
While the assailants reportedly fled the scene, two Palestinian suspects were detained in the surrounding areas, according to local news reports.
The shooting was perpetrated one month after terrorists fired on an Israeli bus on Route 60, a main artery in Judea and Samaria. That shooting occurred near the Jewish town of Ofra, which was established decades ago and is home to a number of schools and a vibrant community.
The bus in that attack was at capacity with passengers. A minimum of eight bullet holes were discovered in the bus’s body and windows.
No injuries were reported.
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